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For the second straight year, Mexico has claimed the Junior World Cup. Last year, Mexico won by 34 point margin; this year's new format closed the gap to 14 points, but the trophy still stays with Mexico for another year. It came down to head-to-head matches between Team USA and Team Mexico. In the seven divisions where the final pitted these two powerhouse teams, Mexico won 6 and lost 1.
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Petition Deadline: December 31

The 2004 round of Board of Director Elections is underway, and last-minute hopefuls can still be placed on the ballot -- by submitting a petition signed by 100 current USRA members. Completed original petitions must be received at the USRA offices no later than Wednesday, December 31!
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USRA Board VP Randy Stafford has rolled out his new fundraising campaign for the coming season ... just in time for year-end giving. With a whole new lineup of premiums -- from exclusive, new logoed apparel, to being among top donors who receive special treatment at events -- you'll get plenty in return for your tax deductible gifts to the new fundraiser! And New Year's will be here before you know it ... take a look, and take part! 
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ProKennex 15th IRF World Junior Championships
Orlando, FL
December 17-21

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15th Women's Senior/Master Championship
Burlingame, CA
January 16-18

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The USRA would like to thank the racquetball community for all its efforts over the past few months. Your letters and e-mails to Congress have had a tremendous effect and we are proud to have such active and outspoken members. 

The Pan-American concerns remain partly unsolved and we are continuing to work to create a fix. The U.S. Senate, largely through the efforts of Senator Specter of Pennsylvania, has committed to resolve our concerns; however, the U.S. House has failed to produce a bill. Originally the House legislation was crafted in the Energy and Commerce Committee, but it was discovered that jurisdiction of the USOC reform effort is under the control of the House Judiciary Committee, which is now working to re-craft the House USOC reform legislation. 

Again, we thank you for all your assistance and ask that you check here frequently -- as we may need to reinstate a grassroots campaign focusing on the House Judiciary in the upcoming weeks. We'll keep you posted!

The format of the annual Junior World Championships has been changed, effective with the upcoming 2003 event. The tournament will now be played in the same, two-part, way that adult competition at the international level is handled. [ more ]